Editor’s note: There are nine candidates for the three Hemet City Council seats opening as listed on the Nov. 3 general election local ballot. This week, readers have the opportunity to meet the three candidates for District 4.
The Hemet City Council District 4 seat became open following the resignation of Bonnie Wright, who left her longtime seat because of family and health reasons.
Mike Madrid is a retired aerospace analyst who resides in Seven Hills.
“I am asking for your support to represent your interests on the Hemet City Council. My objective is to make this a better cohesive city,” Madrid said. “As your councilman, I will seriously consider the issues and make decisions wisely based upon information available and input from District 4 residents. It